Don't delete him, let's just play with him.
We can then move forward to a true democratic union of aligned states,
Much as I like Europeans I have no wish to align with them and I certainly have no wish to be chained to a galley-slaves rowing bench. I think the big divide in politics now is no longer Left v. Right but rather those who believe in centralization and legislation and those who've seen its effects. History lays before you example after example of centralized power failing, if communism is too obvious for you try the Autro-Hungarian empire.
The centralization of power from Portugal to Bulgaria, from Sweden to Greece can never ever work. As you attempt to make legislation that is appropriate for a Scottish fisherman and an Alpine farmer it is inevitable that conformity brings compromise.
Saying this time it might be different sounds to us like a ten-year-old trying to persuade daddy that this time the tide won't knock down the sandcastle.